Tongaat Hulett

 
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South Africa’s long-term plan for dealing with gender-based violence requires funding and detailed data to be effective
Tongaat farmworkers face eviction
Tongaat farmworkers face eviction
Sugar and property giant Tongaat Hulett, crippled by a Steinhoff-style corporate governance scandal, will start retrenching workers and evicting...
Sugar barons’ greed costs workers
Sugar barons’ greed costs workers
Sugar and property giant Tongaat Hulett is considering laying criminal charges against its former chief executive, Peter Staude, over the accounting scandal that has sent its share price into free fall and that may result in up to 5 000 workers losing their jobs....
SA’s monetary policy needs a serious overhaul
SA’s monetary policy needs a serious overhaul
The call by the ANC’s Luthuli House to loosen monetary policy was both clumsy — in process, terminology, tweets and even scope (with its...
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The chief executive has resigned but most unions are backing him and the board has yet to respond
SA sugar industry outlook still sour
SA sugar industry outlook still sour
The country’s sugar industry remains stuck in the doldrums, thanks to a number of factors.
Sugar tariff hike satisfies no one
Sugar tariff hike satisfies no one
Tariff protections on sugar were increased last week but not everyone is thrilled by the decision, particularly industrial purchasers.
Sugar sector wants a sweeter deal
Sugar sector wants a sweeter deal
The local sugar industry is up in arms about rising cheaper imports, which it says are pushing the sector to a “tipping point”, and it wants...
Local officials destroy the fields of  dreams with callous disregard
Local officials destroy the fields of  dreams with callous disregard
When people start protesting, barricading the streets and burning public buildings and councillors’ homes, it is usually the final, frustrated action of those who have been trying to approach their local government to make it accountable. They are trying to exercise a basic right...
Sugar producers brace for wage strike
Sugar producers brace for wage strike
About 5 500 sugar workers in South Africa plan to strike tomorrow demanding an 11% increase in pay, a 40-hour working week and a monthly...
New Zim land invasions raise concerns for foreign
firms
New Zim land invasions raise concerns for foreign firms
Hundreds of illegal settlers invaded sugar estates owned by the Zimbabwe units of South Africa's Tongaat Hullett this week, raising new concerns...

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